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Posted - 03/02/2013 :  10:20:14 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Soon (after the last chance of a frost), it'll be time to plant and start transplanting. If you're trying to establish millet (Japanese millet) you should be waiting until the last frost, and perform a control burn (if possible), then sow the seeds. If you're transplanting smart weed you need to wait until the established plants have begun to re-emerge, then dig them with about a 6" root ball (for best results).. A sharp shooter shovel works best for this, being careful not to damage the stalk (fold, bend , or break it). Transplanting cane for blinds can wait until April and May, along with spraying emerging lilies.

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